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TCL > February 2011 Issue > Court Business

February 2011       Vol. 40, No. 2       Page  89
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Court Business

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U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado
General Procedure Order Number 2010-2
In the Matter of Exception to Paper Service
Upon the United States Trustee of Motions
for Relief From the Automatic Stay and Responses Thereto

This matter is before the Court sua sponte to facilitate the implementation of the United States Trustee’s desire not to receive motions to lift the automatic stay or responses thereto in paper form as is currently required by federal and local rules. It would be an administrative burden and unnecessarily clutter the case records for the United States Trustee to comply with the waiver provisions of L.B.R. 5005-4 App(b)(3) just as it applied to motions to lift the automatic stay or responses thereto. Accordingly, it is

ORDERED that parties are not required to serve paper copies of motions to lift the automatic stay or responses thereto upon the United States Trustee.

Dated December 16, 2010

By the Court:

Howard R. Tallman, Chief Judge
Sidney B. Brooks, Judge
A. Bruce Campbell, Judge
Elizabeth E. Brown, Judge
Michael E. Romero, Judge

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